Steve Osborne

April 2008
Mix;Apr2008, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p44
An interview with dance music producer Steve Osborne is presented. He mentions that from the very start, he loved music, and at the age of six he could already play several different instruments including trombone, guitar, and piano. When asked about how he became a partner of Paul Oakenfold, he said that his interest as well as his occupation caused the partnership. Osborne believes that the success of their business is grounded in their individual expertise.


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